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Call Of The Ocean

Call of the ocean

  Call Of The Ocean The call of the ocean is inside all of us. As an island nation and a small one at that, the furthest point from the nearest coastline is just over 60 miles. Our very make up is constructed of mainly water, so is it any wonder the majority of people…

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Kilcrea Friary

Kilcrea Abbey

It’s interesting how a road you travel for many years can lead you to the most majestic of places when you do a little research or indeed are told of such places. One such place is Kilcrea Friary. The Cork-Kerry road is one we travel frequently, yet it was not until a recent corporate project…

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Stradbally Waves at The Gallery 21

Stradbally Waves at The Gallery 21

Stradbally Waves at The Gallery 21 Stradbally sits at the foot of Mount Brandon on the Dingle Peninsula, a quant village by any standards with a beach that never ceases to impress and always takes my breath away. Stradbally Waves was one of our original 24″x16″ edition pieces introduced to the gallery when we first…

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Wine Growing Lanzarote

Wine Growing Lanzarote. I love wine , there I said it loud and proud! I am no expert but I know a good red and how to avoid a bottle of white vinegar  Of all the regions I have been able to visit to experience grapes on the vine, Lanzarote has always fasinated me more than…

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Abbey Island – Ring Of Kerry – Derrynane

Abbey Island – Ring Of Kerry – Derrynane The ruined gothic abbey at Derrynane Co Kerry is set on an island and can only be reached at low tide. Situated on Irelands Wild Atlantic Way it is surely one of the most spectacular parts of the whole West Coast travel route.  Charles & Camilla aren’t…

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Irish Interior Design

Irish Interior Design

Irish Interior Design is huge right now and more and more of our clients are hiring interior designers or asking us to consult with them to find the perfect Irish art for their space. Ideas from Instagram, Pinterest and good old home interior magazines are their source of inspiration. Scandinavian interiors are very much pushing b&w…

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The Explorer

Inisfallen Island

The Explorer “An artist is an explorer. He has to begin by self-discovery and by observation of his own procedure. After that he must not feel under any constraint.” – Henry Matisse Capturing motion has been the main focus for the past few months, ICM techniques being tested, modified and mastered. Discovering new colour palettes,…

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Opening The Killarney Camera Club Exhibition

Opening the Killarney Camera club Exhibition. Keith was contacted recently to officially open and be the guest speaker at this year’s Killarney Camera Club exhibition. The exhibition will be hanging in the excellent exhibit space of the Killarney Town Library and will be open to the public from 7.00pm Thursday 22rd March. The title and theme…

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St.Patrick’s Weekend At The Gallery 21

The Gallery 21

 St.Patrick’s Weekend at The Gallery 21 is a wonderful welcome to the start of the season in Killarney, the streets are buzzing already and nothing better to kick it off like St. Patrick’s Day. Even better when it falls on a weekend, between the parade, Six Nations  and  Kerry v Kildare, we wont be seen for a week 😉 So…

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Snowing in Kerry

2017 Round Up

Snowing in Kerry! Many of you woke up to heavy snowfall this morning here in Kerry, it was perfect timing for us in The Gallery 21 as we continue to work on a project for a local company who are looking for images of snow in Kerry.  People don’t often associate snow with the Wild…

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